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    For the Sunlight on The Grass question, the question was phrased like "how do you respond and how does the author make you respond so?"

    To which I answered with mostly "Dunmore presents"..... and then a "this makes the reader feel..." for each point (almost).

    am I in the wrong, and if so, how far?


    Depending on the depth you went into and the detail i think the examiner could always overlook that you didn't follow the exact structure of the question, The fact that you said what it presents and then how it made the reader feel is not all wrong.

    It looks like you started off great.
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    ahhh some hope! it was more sort of "crap I didn't put what the reader feels" and I put a sentence or so at the end of each paragraph!

    but the exploration was pretty damn detailed!
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